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Is Taylor Swift Just Karlie Kloss with a Blonde Wig?

Photo: Matteo Prandoni/BFAnyc.com Maybe we’ve just been watching too much American Horror Story, but recently we’ve been convinced that Taylor Swift and Karlie Kloss are the same person. The two superstars are best friends and extremely successful in their own fields — but could it be that they are just one extremely talented person with [...]

November 18, 2014 0
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A Simple Act Made Very Chic by Prospector Co.

Being that I grew up on this strange island called Manhattan, I have never come into too close of contact with Southern charm. Or I should say, I hadn’t experienced it properly until I met Kyle Hinton, founder of Prospector Co. Kyle is handsome and founded a line of lovely, simple, natural grooming products, and [...]

November 18, 2014 0
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The Timeless Style of DJ Filthy Rich Taj

“My full name is Taja Barber, but people actually do call me Filthy!” Taja tells us, alluding to her social media moniker (and DJ name) @filthyrichtaj. This young Bay Area native is redefining what it means to stay filthy. “If anything, it is something to live by… I’m filthy rich in love and happiness… I [...]

November 18, 2014 0
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Top 10 Most Glamorous Fashion Instagrams from This Weekend

Besides that ultra-glamorous wedding of Solange Knowles and Alan Ferguson, it seems it was a relatively quiet weekend for the fashion set. But that’s no reason to not document an outfit. Check out some of the greatest looks below. A photo posted by In My World. (@therealoliviap) on Nov 11, 2014 at 2:06am PST Another day [...]

November 18, 2014 0
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Find Your Next Prized Possession at L.A.’s Global Fashion Exchange

There’s really nothing better than a good thrifted find. It’s a beautiful feeling to find yourself clutching a new (to you) treasure, wondering why/how on earth its previous owner could have let it go. But that’s the thing. Fashion moves at a rapid pace, and as the saying goes, “one gal’s trash…”–you know the drill. Should [...]

November 18, 2014 0
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Baccarat Dazzlingly Celebrates 250th Anniversary in Beverly Hills

Baccarat Rodeo Drive display from above We only hope we look this good at 250 years old. Indeed, exalted French crystal purveyor Baccarat has just turned a quarter millennium, as sparkly and fabulous as ever. And its American birthday bash will be taking place, appropriately, on Beverly Hills’ swish Rodeo Drive–as 16 chandelier installations (worth, we’re told, [...]

November 18, 2014 0
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17 Films to See This Week: Fassbinder, Visconti, Tarkovsky + More

***MONDAY, NOVEMBER 17*** KAMIKAZE ’89, Wolf Gremm The Film Society of Lincoln Center Fassbinder’s final acting role casts him as an alcoholic police lieutenant (garbed in a leopard-skin suit) tasked with foiling a bomb threat in West Germany’s near future. Adapted by Gremm and Robert Katz (The Cassandra Crossing) from Per Wahlöö’s dystopian novel Murder [...]

November 17, 2014 0
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Naked Versus Nude: The Hot Lip Look of the Season

Designers from Givenchy to Versace sent models stalking down their fall runways sporting something a bit naked… it wasn’t that the lips had nothing on them at all, but they were definitely nude. Think a swipe of flattering, elegant, subtle color, not too far off from your own. Whatever your skin tone, there’s a shade out [...]

November 17, 2014 0
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See Maggie Cheung in Olivier Assayas’ 1997 Experimental Short Film ‘Sans titre’

From his tattered and abstract poem of adolescent yearning Cold Water in 1994 to his most recent feature Clouds of Sils Maria, Olivier Assayas’ films explore the intersection between creative passion and ideological inclination, capturing worlds “where what’s lost may be found, where the world can be saved.” And in 1997, just after making Irma Vep with beguiling actress Maggie Cheung, he created [...]

November 16, 2014 0
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Cold War Kids Return to the Basics With Their New Album ‘Hold My Home’

Photos by Michelle Mosqueda We often focus our time on discovering new bands, applauding the bedroom producers and small town groups who have managed to break through the Internet’s intimidating digital clutter. However, we owe it to bands who have not only achieved success in the past, but have in fact remained relevant for long stretches [...]

November 15, 2014 0
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